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Stefan  Heucke

Né: 24 mai 1959
Pays d'origine: Allemagne
Upcoming :
Chef d'orchestre: James Wilson
Orchestre: Orchestra of the Staunton Music Festival
2018-08-15 | Staunton, VA (Etats Unis d' Amérique), Trinity Episcopal Church — 12:00 | Première mondiale
2018-09-09 | Schwäbisch Hall (Allemagne), Kunsthalle Würth, Adolf-Würth-Saal — 17:00 | Première mondiale

With his theatrical, glistening score, which transforms the orchestra into a philosophical cosmos, the composer achieves a captivating interpretation of the old myth. […] His contemporaries have rarely grasped the sense of captivating theatre music in the way this highly gifted composer has.("Das Orchester" on the world premiere of Die Ordnung der Erde)

Stefan Heucke was born in Gaildorf (Baden-Wuerttemberg) on 24 May 1959. From 1978 to 1982 he took private piano lessons with Renate Werner (Stuttgart) before continuing his musical studies at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Detmold, where he learnt piano with Arnulf von Arnim and harmony, counterpoint and composition with Gerhart Schäfer from 1982 to 1986. He later held a teaching post for Music Theory in the same faculty from 1989 to 2002.

In 1985, Heucke first came to public attention when he won an award at GEMA’s "Forum junger deutscher Komponisten für Orchestermusik" for the world premiere of his Vier Orchesterstücke op. 5 (Saarländisches Staatsorchester Saarbrücken, Matthias Kuntzsch). For his complete œuvre he achieved the "Förderpreis der Stadt Dortmund für junge Künstler" in 1990. Heucke won first prize at the composition competition of the "Windrose" European Festival of the Ruhr Orchestras in 2002. In 2007, he was honoured with the Hans Werner Henze Prize by the Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe.

Live recordings and productions have been made by various broadcasting companies (Saarländischer Rundfunk, WDR, SDR) since 1985. Heucke has received commissions from the ARD International Music Competition, the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, renowned performers such as the piano duo Grau/Schumacher and numerous German orchestras and opera houses. He composed the opera Das Frauenorchester von Auschwitz op. 47 for the 2006/07 season opening at the Vereinigte Städtische Bühnen Krefeld und Mönchengladbach. For the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in 2015, Heucke condensed the most important parts of the opera into a concert version, entitled Bruchstücke, commissioned by Bremerhaven Philharmonic Orchestra, who gave the world premiere. The text for Heucke’s Pater noster – unser Vater (2010), a new translation from Latin, was written by Norbert Lammert, the president of the German Bundestag. This choral work was commissioned by the Bochum Symphony Orchestra.

Heucke’s works range from miniatures for piano to chamber and vocal music as well as pieces for choir and orchestra, solo concertos, two operas, and a ballet. Der selbstsüchtige Riese for speakers and orchestra (1995), based on the fairy-tale by Oscar Wilde, is one of his most successful works. The world premiere of his dance oratorio Die Ordnung der Erde was given by Ballett Schindowski at the Music Theatre in the Ruhr, Gelsenkirchen, in 2001. The monodrama Iokaste (2014) tells for the first time the complete myth of the Labdaceans from the perspective of the Theban queen Jocasta, mother and wife of King Oedipus. The female narrators, a singer and a speaker, alternate between the roles of the seven characters.

In the season 2010/11, Heucke was the first Composer in Residence of the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker Krefeld-Mönchengladbach. He was a focal composer in the Henze Project’s concert series "Zeit::Reise" as part of the "European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010". For the bicentenary of Richard Wagner in 2013, he wrote symphonic variations on the "Hirtenweise" from "Tristan and Isolde" for full orchestra, commissioned by the Richard-Wagner-Verband Dortmund. He was Composer in Residence with the Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven (2014/15) and the Staunton Music Festival (2016).

Stefan Heucke lives in Bochum and on the Italian Riviera.

1959
Born in Gaildorf (Germany) on 24 May
1978-82
Studied piano with Renate Werner in Stuttgart
1982-86
Studied piano with Arnulf von Arnim and composition with Gerhart Schäfer at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold
1985
Award for the world premiere of his "Vier Orchesterstücke" op. 5 by Saarländisches Staatsorchester under the direction of Matthias Kuntzsch at GEMA's Forum of Young Composers for Orchestral Music
1989-2002
Teaching appointment for music theory at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold
1990

"Förderpreis der Stadt Dortmund für junge Künstler" for his oeuvre

1996-98
Scholarship of the Werner-Richard-Dr.-Carl-Dörken-Stiftung Witten, enabling him to compose the dance oratorio "Die Ordnung der Erde" op. 30
1996-
Signed to Schott
2001
World premiere of the dance oratorio "Die Ordnung der Erde" op. 30 after the Gilgamesh-Epic at Musiktheater Gelsenkirchen with production and choreography by Bernd Schindowski
2002
First prize at the composition competition of the Europafestival of the Ruhr-Orchester "Windrose"
2004-06
Opera "Das Frauenorchester von Auschwitz" commissioned by the Städtische Bühnen Krefeld/Mönchengladbach. Werner-Richard-Dr.-Carl-Dörken-Stiftung scholarship awarded for the opera. World premiere in September 2006.
2005-06
Composer in Residence at the Universität Witten/Herdecke
2007
Hans Werner Henze Prize
2008
Full-length oratorio on the Blessed Nikolaus Groß commissioned by the Ruhr-Bistum Essen. World premiere on 7 October 2011 by the Duisburger Philharmoniker at the Philharmonie Mercatorhalle Duisburg.
2009
Choral work "Pater noster - unser Vater" commissioned by the Bochumer Symphoniker for the 150th anniversary of the Philharmonische Chor. Text by Norbert Lammert, president of the German Bundestag. World Premiere in November 2010.
2010
Featured Composer at the "Zeit::Reise" concert series as part of the Henze Project of the "Ruhr 2010 - Culture Capital of Europe" campaign
2010-11
First Composer in Residence at the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker: 13 concerts including the world premiere of Symphony No. 4 "Concertante" op. 59 in July 2011.
2012-14
Scholarships of the Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe and the Werner-Richard-Dr.-Carl-Dörken-Stiftung for "Iokaste". World Premiere in June 2014.
2013
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin commission Heucke to compose a full-length Deutsche Messe for soli, choir and orchestra using the new Translation by the President of the Bundestag, Nobert Lammert, to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017
2014
First Composer in Residence with the Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven with the world premiere of "Bruchstücke aus der Oper 'Das Frauenorchester von Auschwitz' " in May 2015
2016
Composer in Residence with the Staunton Music Festival (USA)
Chef d'orchestre: James Wilson
Orchestre: Orchestra of the Staunton Music Festival
2018-08-15 | Staunton, VA (Etats Unis d' Amérique), Trinity Episcopal Church — 12:00 | Première mondiale
2018-09-09 | Schwäbisch Hall (Allemagne), Kunsthalle Würth, Adolf-Würth-Saal — 17:00 | Première mondiale

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  1. Nacht-Urnen

    Nacht-Urnen

    Nocturnes
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 32
    Instrumentation: piano
    N° Réf.: ED 9145
    14,99 €  *
  2. At the last Trump

    At the last Trump

    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: trombone and piano
    N° Réf.: ED 20220
    16,99 €  *
  3. Seven Songs of Death

    Seven Songs of Death

    for high voice and piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: voice and piano
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: ED 20449
    22,99 €  *
  4. Seven Songs of Death

    Seven Songs of Death

    for medium voice and piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: voice and piano
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: ED 20450
    17,99 €  *
  5. Seven Songs of Death

    Seven Songs of Death

    for low voice and piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: voice and piano
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: ED 20451
    17,99 €  *
  6. Concerto

    Concerto

    for bass clarinet and orchestra
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 33
    Instrumentation: bass clarinet in Bb and orchestra
    Édition: Réduction pour piano avec partie de solo
    N° Réf.: KLB 81
    23,99 €  *
  7. Sonata

    Sonata

    "Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 56
    Instrumentation: trumpet in C and piano
    N° Réf.: TR 26
    20,99 €  *
  8. Unser Vater

    Unser Vater

    for mixed choir and organ
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 57 a
    Instrumentation: mixed choir and organ
    Édition: Partition vocale/chorale et instrumentale
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: SKR 20078
    5,99 €  *
  9. Scetches, Ruins, Pinions of an Eagle

    Scetches, Ruins, Pinions of an Eagle

    Twelve preludes for piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 61
    Instrumentation: piano
    N° Réf.: ED 21847
    19,99 €  *
  10. "Die alte Weise sehnsuchtsbang"

    Contrapuntal variations on the Old Shepherd's Song from Richard Wagner's 'Tristan and Isolde'
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 70
    Instrumentation: 2 pianos (4 hands)
    N° Réf.: ED 22109
    25,99 €  *

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Profil

With his theatrical, glistening score, which transforms the orchestra into a philosophical cosmos, the composer achieves a captivating interpretation of the old myth. […] His contemporaries have rarely grasped the sense of captivating theatre music in the way this highly gifted composer has.("Das Orchester" on the world premiere of Die Ordnung der Erde)

Stefan Heucke was born in Gaildorf (Baden-Wuerttemberg) on 24 May 1959. From 1978 to 1982 he took private piano lessons with Renate Werner (Stuttgart) before continuing his musical studies at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Detmold, where he learnt piano with Arnulf von Arnim and harmony, counterpoint and composition with Gerhart Schäfer from 1982 to 1986. He later held a teaching post for Music Theory in the same faculty from 1989 to 2002.

In 1985, Heucke first came to public attention when he won an award at GEMA’s "Forum junger deutscher Komponisten für Orchestermusik" for the world premiere of his Vier Orchesterstücke op. 5 (Saarländisches Staatsorchester Saarbrücken, Matthias Kuntzsch). For his complete œuvre he achieved the "Förderpreis der Stadt Dortmund für junge Künstler" in 1990. Heucke won first prize at the composition competition of the "Windrose" European Festival of the Ruhr Orchestras in 2002. In 2007, he was honoured with the Hans Werner Henze Prize by the Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe.

Live recordings and productions have been made by various broadcasting companies (Saarländischer Rundfunk, WDR, SDR) since 1985. Heucke has received commissions from the ARD International Music Competition, the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, renowned performers such as the piano duo Grau/Schumacher and numerous German orchestras and opera houses. He composed the opera Das Frauenorchester von Auschwitz op. 47 for the 2006/07 season opening at the Vereinigte Städtische Bühnen Krefeld und Mönchengladbach. For the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in 2015, Heucke condensed the most important parts of the opera into a concert version, entitled Bruchstücke, commissioned by Bremerhaven Philharmonic Orchestra, who gave the world premiere. The text for Heucke’s Pater noster – unser Vater (2010), a new translation from Latin, was written by Norbert Lammert, the president of the German Bundestag. This choral work was commissioned by the Bochum Symphony Orchestra.

Heucke’s works range from miniatures for piano to chamber and vocal music as well as pieces for choir and orchestra, solo concertos, two operas, and a ballet. Der selbstsüchtige Riese for speakers and orchestra (1995), based on the fairy-tale by Oscar Wilde, is one of his most successful works. The world premiere of his dance oratorio Die Ordnung der Erde was given by Ballett Schindowski at the Music Theatre in the Ruhr, Gelsenkirchen, in 2001. The monodrama Iokaste (2014) tells for the first time the complete myth of the Labdaceans from the perspective of the Theban queen Jocasta, mother and wife of King Oedipus. The female narrators, a singer and a speaker, alternate between the roles of the seven characters.

In the season 2010/11, Heucke was the first Composer in Residence of the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker Krefeld-Mönchengladbach. He was a focal composer in the Henze Project’s concert series "Zeit::Reise" as part of the "European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010". For the bicentenary of Richard Wagner in 2013, he wrote symphonic variations on the "Hirtenweise" from "Tristan and Isolde" for full orchestra, commissioned by the Richard-Wagner-Verband Dortmund. He was Composer in Residence with the Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven (2014/15) and the Staunton Music Festival (2016).

Stefan Heucke lives in Bochum and on the Italian Riviera.

œuvre
Chronologie
1959
Born in Gaildorf (Germany) on 24 May
1978-82
Studied piano with Renate Werner in Stuttgart
1982-86
Studied piano with Arnulf von Arnim and composition with Gerhart Schäfer at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold
1985
Award for the world premiere of his "Vier Orchesterstücke" op. 5 by Saarländisches Staatsorchester under the direction of Matthias Kuntzsch at GEMA's Forum of Young Composers for Orchestral Music
1989-2002
Teaching appointment for music theory at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold
1990

"Förderpreis der Stadt Dortmund für junge Künstler" for his oeuvre

1996-98
Scholarship of the Werner-Richard-Dr.-Carl-Dörken-Stiftung Witten, enabling him to compose the dance oratorio "Die Ordnung der Erde" op. 30
1996-
Signed to Schott
2001
World premiere of the dance oratorio "Die Ordnung der Erde" op. 30 after the Gilgamesh-Epic at Musiktheater Gelsenkirchen with production and choreography by Bernd Schindowski
2002
First prize at the composition competition of the Europafestival of the Ruhr-Orchester "Windrose"
2004-06
Opera "Das Frauenorchester von Auschwitz" commissioned by the Städtische Bühnen Krefeld/Mönchengladbach. Werner-Richard-Dr.-Carl-Dörken-Stiftung scholarship awarded for the opera. World premiere in September 2006.
2005-06
Composer in Residence at the Universität Witten/Herdecke
2007
Hans Werner Henze Prize
2008
Full-length oratorio on the Blessed Nikolaus Groß commissioned by the Ruhr-Bistum Essen. World premiere on 7 October 2011 by the Duisburger Philharmoniker at the Philharmonie Mercatorhalle Duisburg.
2009
Choral work "Pater noster - unser Vater" commissioned by the Bochumer Symphoniker for the 150th anniversary of the Philharmonische Chor. Text by Norbert Lammert, president of the German Bundestag. World Premiere in November 2010.
2010
Featured Composer at the "Zeit::Reise" concert series as part of the Henze Project of the "Ruhr 2010 - Culture Capital of Europe" campaign
2010-11
First Composer in Residence at the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker: 13 concerts including the world premiere of Symphony No. 4 "Concertante" op. 59 in July 2011.
2012-14
Scholarships of the Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe and the Werner-Richard-Dr.-Carl-Dörken-Stiftung for "Iokaste". World Premiere in June 2014.
2013
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin commission Heucke to compose a full-length Deutsche Messe for soli, choir and orchestra using the new Translation by the President of the Bundestag, Nobert Lammert, to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017
2014
First Composer in Residence with the Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven with the world premiere of "Bruchstücke aus der Oper 'Das Frauenorchester von Auschwitz' " in May 2015
2016
Composer in Residence with the Staunton Music Festival (USA)
Représentations
Chef d'orchestre: James Wilson
Orchestre: Orchestra of the Staunton Music Festival
2018-08-15 | Staunton, VA (Etats Unis d' Amérique), Trinity Episcopal Church — 12:00 | Première mondiale
2018-09-09 | Schwäbisch Hall (Allemagne), Kunsthalle Würth, Adolf-Würth-Saal — 17:00 | Première mondiale
Produits

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  1. Nacht-Urnen

    Nacht-Urnen

    Nocturnes
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 32
    Instrumentation: piano
    N° Réf.: ED 9145
    14,99 €  *
  2. At the last Trump

    At the last Trump

    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: trombone and piano
    N° Réf.: ED 20220
    16,99 €  *
  3. Seven Songs of Death

    Seven Songs of Death

    for high voice and piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: voice and piano
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: ED 20449
    22,99 €  *
  4. Seven Songs of Death

    Seven Songs of Death

    for medium voice and piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: voice and piano
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: ED 20450
    17,99 €  *
  5. Seven Songs of Death

    Seven Songs of Death

    for low voice and piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    Instrumentation: voice and piano
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: ED 20451
    17,99 €  *
  6. Concerto

    Concerto

    for bass clarinet and orchestra
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 33
    Instrumentation: bass clarinet in Bb and orchestra
    Édition: Réduction pour piano avec partie de solo
    N° Réf.: KLB 81
    23,99 €  *
  7. Sonata

    Sonata

    "Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen"
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 56
    Instrumentation: trumpet in C and piano
    N° Réf.: TR 26
    20,99 €  *
  8. Unser Vater

    Unser Vater

    for mixed choir and organ
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 57 a
    Instrumentation: mixed choir and organ
    Édition: Partition vocale/chorale et instrumentale
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf.: SKR 20078
    5,99 €  *
  9. Scetches, Ruins, Pinions of an Eagle

    Scetches, Ruins, Pinions of an Eagle

    Twelve preludes for piano
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 61
    Instrumentation: piano
    N° Réf.: ED 21847
    19,99 €  *
  10. "Die alte Weise sehnsuchtsbang"

    Contrapuntal variations on the Old Shepherd's Song from Richard Wagner's 'Tristan and Isolde'
    Partition numérique
    Compositeur: Heucke, Stefan
    op. 70
    Instrumentation: 2 pianos (4 hands)
    N° Réf.: ED 22109
    25,99 €  *

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